What is a CSA? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for consumers to buy local, seasonal produce directly from a farmer in their community. It is basically a farm share. A farmer offers a certain number of “shares”.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms provide their members with more than fresh produce. CSA farms engage their members in agriculture through newsletters, farm celebrations, and you-pick days. CSA members may realize significant financial savings, as well. BONUSES, SPECIAL GIFTS and SAMPLE PRODUCTS are often added to the boxes.
ENVIROCULTURE FARM HAS: 40 TOTAL MARKET SHARES INCLUDING FISH AND SHRIMP FOR THE 2019 SEASON - 34 more are available RESERVED : LG, SD, JW, AP, JG WE HAVE 20 VEGETARIAN ONLY SHARES RESERVED : WE HAVE 10 FISH, SHRIMP, HONEY & EGGS ONLY RESERVED : BP WE HAVE 20 VOLUNTEER SHARES AVAILABLE for 20 HRS per month work - 17 more positions available RESERVED : TM, LH